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all in vain i see it as a fiasco of the entire right wing trend which had been supported by the united states and europe this was that of the following that something of president fernando lugar and daring why there was speculation that we're into a new era of how likely do you consider such a scenario today. in fact that we in latin america have never managed to make coups a thing of the past and i'm afraid this might never happen i believe there will be an implicit threat of a coup as long as the conservative forces in the united states take interest in disrupting any development aimed at upsetting the current global hierarchy these forces in gauging local groups in our countries in covert activities and we've seen it happen across latin america and the caribbean. so you think there's a connection between a dance and bag why they attempted coup in ecuador on a military coup in honduras yes that is a fact that there's a lot of take the attempt at overthrowing president chavez in venezuela in april
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two thousand and two for example next came a coup in honduras aimed at hampering the development of a unified latin america then there was an explicit and very forceful attempt at a coup in bolivia aimed against president evo morales then there was an attempted coup against president a rough io korea in ecuador and most recently the plot to force the paraguayan president out of power i think this will remain an implicit threat but it will gradually lose an ability over time due to the rising drive for change that we've seen gaining momentum in latin america this movement is based on respect for the will of the people and this is what will make coups increasingly harder to pull off time after time yet we shouldn't rule out such a possibility altogether not as long as we remain at all the forces that strive for global domination and believe that the world is supposed to bend the knee to them but they still don't realize that we no longer lived. in an era of head germany so
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there will remain a hit late in the minutes for the time being when. in july two thousand and twelve the national assembly of nicaragua adopted a law to build a canal that would connect the going beyond to the pacific this would not merrily give a boost to the nicaraguan economy but actually promote you can change to the region's reaches economies when is the canal scheduled for completion. in the indeed and the vision of such a canal goes back as long as the history of nicaragua for five centuries you know. ever since the spanish conquest of one later on great britain rivals with spain for control of iraq are thinking there was a natural waterway here it's sort of existed or by way of the san juan river that springs from lake nicaragua but one section was missing a canal across the narrow isthmus of reverse because of that our country ended up in the middle of geo political disputes and became
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a target for us expansionist policies nicaragua and most of all independence after the us invasion but what's important here is that this project has always been on the books that i want to over a century ago the americans themselves looked into building a canal in nicaragua but then they decided to invest in the panama canal. but once we became independent we revisited this vision and now we're working to make it real we feel that the project is getting on track now as a matter of fact over the region doesn't need one more transit route the panama canal cannot satisfy the current demand for international transportation especially freight traffic that way even with a view to expanding the panama canal which is currently under way it will still leave a lot to be desired in terms of traffic speed and waiting time. would not serve to substitute the panama canal but rather to complement it. there's similar logic here
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is in urban planning the more roads you have in your city the better the traffic we're looking at providing our region with two major waterway routes instead of all of this would it harms the region's transit capabilities bring down transit costs and thus benefit global trade in general serving not just our own interests as an economy those of the entire international community will support for nicaragua it would also mean independence giving us access to resources and the kind of revenues that would enable us to become entirely self-sufficient as of now we're a dependent economy there's nothing wrong with interdependence and complementarity one way dependency is bad for anyone so when will nicaragua finally get its chance or very soon i hope there is a lot of work being done chinese companies are in charge of the project and we expect it to be accomplished rather quickly that it was initially expected to take
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ten years if i'm not mistaken. because we think it is possible to get it done within a shorter period the exact timeline will be determined by the companies involved in the project once they assess its profitability and get down to construction after that or what i will have a better idea about the time frame is than yours this year the united states has them unaided its annual aid commitment the nicaragua how has that affected your country. is highly vulnerable as an economy that throughout our history our economy has suffered at the hands of the u.s. and its policies but the city of granada for example has burned to the ground with falling prey to america's expansionist policies all those wars and military invasions the us has sponsored or provoked on there has even been a ruling by the international court of justice binding the united states to compensate by correct ever for all our losses but the us has ignored this verdict oh good of course the fact. the u.s.
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has terminated what they call aid to nicaragua has had negative consequences for our people and our country but in reality that was no way to give it what the americans call aid which really tiny installments in payment of the enormous debt the us owes to nicaragua it was no aid nor cooperation that was merely an allowance they paid us but passing it for aid and cooperation where there were good and it came with tight conditions attached to them so we cannot talk of nicaragua as a sovereign and independent nation as long as we remain critically dependent upon the knighted states and its current political trends it's prevalent frame of mind and the amount of influence radical groups enjoy there at any given moment of time because those are the groups that largely determine us foreign policies they are the ones who contest in court all us cooperation programs with the nicaragua and even call for using force against latin american nations their stand up for our
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independence that is why terminating any form out of cooperation or is bound to have and negative impact on nicaragua that is exactly what makes it so important for us to ensure that our nation should no longer be dependent upon this sort of conditional cooperation with either the united states well the european union the us has essentially pursued a policy of racket or these are very nicaragua and its people this is unfair and undemocratic they're not supporting liberty they're promoting servitude this is what prompts us to get the canal done as soon as possible it would relieve us of our present dependency upon the u.s. and we were and they're hedging monic policies well over a month ago the united states is all set for a presidential election and i learned god was expectations in this regard. i believe this is an election where the american people should vote for their
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government to commit itself to a peaceful foreign policy agenda that is what i see as most important and the best thing we united states could do for the world is pursue peace not war a policy of peace would enable the u.s. to be more successful in addressing its domestic as well as global economic challenges provide it up or they choose to seek an alternative to the neo liberal plan a sense of what that were predominant among capitalist economies in recent years ago and have proved to be such a failure when i mean. what do you idea of perfect world what already seen it for latin american the united states or russia. in that within them i'm sure we're already heading that way despite efforts from certain forces to prevent this kind of a change i mean the american far right who won't even tolerate a president such as barack obama they denounce him merely because of his african origins and the color of his skin yet these forces grew weaker with time the same
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is happening in europe as a reality itself sends a signal to the nations that used to feel like they ruled the world until recently and what about telling them the world can no longer go on with and you want to have to tell us it was reality that has shaped the world what we know today as a multi-polar world learned regard less of whether had to monic powers choose to move along with the rest of the world where the world favors a multi polarity and we are moving in that direction we hope those in power in the world's most advanced economies will finally realize that the path they had been following thinking it to be a path toward peace stability growth and development has eventually brought them to the verge of disaster and they're the ones heading towards a cliff in the past or are they used to drive us toward self-destruction this time they are themselves. set on a path to go out their only option is to change themselves or and to that end they
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need to evolve and to promote a world order that would be aligned with international law un principles and the laws of international trade in a multi-polar world as it is so you believe this is reality rather than wishful thinking on earlier but it is reality i'm sure of that already see it happening because it was the president thank you for your time with the input thank you. was his day starts at five am even earlier in the winter tending to his flock of story hundred sheep in the mountains and pains of t.v. thirty five years old it wasn't the life he dreamt of having studied accounting but he dition and familial duty dictated that he would take on the care of these animals after his father. has just made camp at their winter farm stead setting up
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his ewart the traditional two fenian round tent made of diskin. his p.c. back amongst his family as his job is a lonely one and tough going out in all weathers braving extremes of plus to minus forty degrees celcius says there are just them there are certain difficulties there's not enough time for everything i'm almost alone my sister works with my mother my mother is seventy five she's very old and i miss mountains when i'm in town and i spend a lot of time here. so on the surveys are simply carrying out the work that his father did and his father before him nothing has changed over many many centuries and that's half the problem it's hard work and many people don't want to come into the industry now and that's where they fit their could dial it all together. it's difficult to manage everything alone i used to have people who helped me but they were no good they didn't take care of the sheep with all their hearts they
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hurt the cattle. with people leaving them coming to the countryside the region's government is having to act making the life of the herd and more attractive than promising largest subsidies for countries and lie still and organizing cooperatives for the sale of day put out to ensure the huldah gets a high a fair price i asked sympathizes with those youngsters leaving for an easier more profitable life they in their publics capital. but he no longer wishes to join them he enjoys his pastoral way of life and looking for a helper who shares his enthusiasm with more time on his hands he says matter of fact we can start to look for a new wife. culture
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is that so much different and there's a huge music to share power on the market. and it's only worth as a society in prevention restore order take on the. grid laboratory to mccurry was able to build the world's most sophisticated robot which all unfortunately doesn't give a darn about anything turns mission to teach creation why it should care about humans and worry this is why you should care only on the. government no longer represents the big bad. people are going to take stuff from.
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brighton. song from tongues to pressure. from stones on t.v. don't come. as the u.s. reels from superstorm sandy's some say obama and romney are pretending their disaster relief campaigns have nothing to do with their race for the presidency the storm killed at least forty five people and left millions without electricity across several states. greek journalists accuse the government of crackdown on free speech in the all searching for country coalition partners fail to put yet another vital set up biting cuts to a vote. and britain strips a man of his citizenship for real. fusible to become my muslim informant his family fears he's now in danger from u.s. rendition and the concerns that civilians are being dragged into the country's aggressive war on terror foreign campaigns. that's next here and here with the
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latest sport. great to have you with us this is boortz today plenty coming off this hour. n.b.a. and besides david block resigns us coach of the russian national basketball team after seven largely successful years north america is believed to be his next. fight night rushing kick boxing superstar box to hossa call yours up for his third clash of the year in moscow this weekend seeks to move closer to legend status in the ring. take your pick justin case she missed any of the strikes that monitored from the week that was in the russian premier league don't worry don't fret goals go to war as you cover. with football indeed where we know our first quarter
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finalist from this season's russian cup reigning league champions and will be one of the eight for victory over marco via on tuesday the choice of cup champions seeing off the surrounds made on a two middle school i'm just. who won the all cross the. before those games in the say fellow second division outfit sky in a way. a time going to penalty shootout up one hundred twenty goals minutes the quarterfinals will take things up to the winter break in the. night of high drama meanwhile over in england where the league cup took precedence on tuesday reading are still producing the lion's share of talking points following their wait for it twelve goal thriller simply an incredible much a dreadful starts. gov start reading go for the operative thirty seven minutes game over you would have thought but you one of the most remarkable comeback in recent football history arsenal scoring for without reply to level matters at the end of
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regular time for forward turned a five five in extra time before theo walcott on our army sealed the deal right up to dead seventy five are still the final score also wins on the night for leeds middlesbrough aston villa bradford. boss always david plotz has resigned after seven years in charge of the russian national team the fifty three year old american is really stating quote this is the right time to go nuts offering personal reasons for leaving the post he took up the reins in two thousand and five and two years later guided russia to their first and so far only european titles while this past summer he got a donation to a meeting the limbic medal at the london games claiming bronze is also coach of his really squad to be television but speculation is rife that he will not take over and. which you can be a season got going on tuesday nights the it side and already there was a battle of the big guns reaming champions miami getting their campaign of two
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winning start at the expense of boston last season's most valuable player le bron james as the heat's main scoring threat for twenty six points while the former celtic ray allen two. hundred twenty one and seven how it ended up dallas and cleveland the other side. let's talk martial arts where you house a coffee seeking to ride yet another name on the list of kickboxing legends he has defeated go drago next stop with the parts set to be the main event of the fight knights tournament in moscow on sondra robert dunn the and has more in the build up . you have to beat the best to be the best and but who has has been strictly following this simple creed he's arguably russia's brightest star the. moment with victory over some of the spores greats speaking for themselves i bet krauss and mike some day this both were present in the sport's most prestigious stage. both
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have been defeated by hussey kafin moscow over the last two years still not convinced of the. votes against us well he's earned some fame the only russian to fight in k one but complain is he didn't fight in k one doesn't improve his skills outside of russia and i'm sure it would be much tougher for him the worse of for men who's already been there and done it all after. the pride of ukraine and the cream of the crop. here's what i suggest to and his team should do let him have a few fights in europe let him win there and show that he's not just a domestic champion they've been making it to k one has always been to his all timid goal and he has stressed this fact many times the combat sports industry in russia is on the rise now we can afford bringing top stars here the problem is that most european promoters cannot provide a worthy offer for
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a fighter of his caliber but if to only gets an offer he deserves any time anywhere we're ready to accept all challenges. and up next in has swayed to the top he's got . or go drugs the intimidating moniker he's earned through his impressive seventy four wins as a prole the twenty seven year old will put his skills on the show in moscow the sydney and the fight night showdown i'm turning out there they know. these guys so i know a never liked the fight so i want to see what will happen if i do you know. who has worked on his own defense of star with constant pressure for a long time or then it will be no different this time around and gaggle drago has always been good at trading punches. i think that's where hans a cop should be extremely cautious so you know what there are the old john the russian martial arts fans will benefit a lot with in moscow becoming
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a place of attraction for a living legends of combat sports got the drug has unveiled a new gym in the russian capital and both himself and out of confusion have promised to train their now and then well but the classic of may soon face one of the greatest players ever in the business but the boy it's a dream fight against board and i believe this dream is about to come true we've had negotiations in thailand and reached a tentative agreement to hold this fight in moscow this spring proving one skills in a fight like this is something nobody could ever argue robert why didn't you know our city. finally let's head back to football for a recap of the strikes that mattered most during run thirteen of the russian premier league twenty efforts in all and hear all the pick of them it is called score time.
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